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Two bogeys and an unfortunate double bogey spoilt James Nitties' day although the top Australian amateur still took the lead with a three-under 69 after the first round's play in the Pan-West Malaysian Amateur Open golf tournament at the Royal Johor Country Club here yesterday.
MALAYSIA emerged as overall champions in the last SEA Games held in Kuala Lumpur in 2001. It's an accolade that will be difficult to retain in next month's edition in Vietnam. Nevertheless, we have to hope for the best from the Malaysian contingent. Starting today, STARSPORT takes a look at the aspirations and hopes of the various sports vying for glory at the Games. We kick off with the focus on volleyball.
A GOOD deed ... The National Kidney Foundation (NKF) treasurer, Tai Lung Khoon (left), receiving a mock cheque from Malakoff Berhad managing director Ahmad Jauhari Yayha.
Newly-crowned world Under-25 women's singles champion Nur Iryani Azmi has a different role to play in the Melbourne Commonwealth Games.
The Malaysian Lawn Bowls Federation (MLBF) have called on the Youth and Sports Ministry to consider lawn bowls as one of the country's core sports.